Computing distance matrix between Missouri sex offenders and child daycare facilities

July 28, 2011
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Computer Assisted Reporting This is the third of four articles about analyzing distances between sex offenders and child daycare centers in Missouri as part of a joint project with KSHB NBC Action News in Kansas City. The previous article explained how to use Google geocoding to find the longitude-latitude coordinates from street addresses in a […]

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